|5 Apr 2005 @ 17:58, by Geral W. Sosbee|
Prepare your children (and yourselves) for the world as follows:
1)Value at once the teachings of God and a devotion to the protection of human rights, placing the survival of others as a priority interest.
2)Enter a chosen and beloved profession not for money or political advantage, but in order to fulfill the first interest stated above.
3)Disavow all material items that conflict with the first two items listed above.
4)Prepare the mind well in the chosen discipline and become the very best in that arena, or the very best that is possible.
5)Help the disadvantaged above all others.
6)*Listen to the cries of your brothers and sisters the world over, even if no one else is listening, and help them if you can.
7)Seek not the extremes of a comfortable life style until every human being on earth has a comfortable existence.
8)Seek out the **accused for friendship and aid.
9)Use the skills you have gained wisely and quietly to undermine the assassins and the terrorists of the world, especially those in the fbi,cia, or other government body.
10)Prepare to die, but live as though you will never die.
11)Lead in thought, and do not follow.
12)Accept hardship or comforts equally (in an emotional sense) and reject the temptation to exploit or to assault your fellow human in any endeavor ( business or personal ).
13)Where you fail in any duty to your fellow creature, do not be too hard on yourself, but never deny to your heart/conscience the truth of the error and the need to correct it.
Finally, my friends, you and I entered this world as great works of divine creation; let us take care not to leave it as wrecked mental cases at the hands of the archfiends around us.
*"Cautious, careful people, always casting about to preserve their reputation and social standing, never can bring about reform. Those who are really in earnest must be willing to be anything or nothing in the world's estimation...", and must be prepared to be despised and persecuted, tortured and murdered for ideas. Susan B. Anthony
" I suspect that all the crimes
committed by all the jailed criminals
do not equal in total social damage
that of the crimes committed against them"
Karl Menninger, M.D.
The Crime Of Punishment
The Viking Press, NY, 1969
*"As for anyone stopping up his ear from the complaining cry of the lowly one, he himself also will call and not be answered" Proverbs 21:13
**Often, neurotic conduct may reflect attempts to escape from the madness of violence and crime put upon the Target.
"The laws are like cobwebs: where the small flies are caught, and the great break through"